Sound — 9
This is a three disc set, 2 dvds and 1 cd. The first disc is a documentary about the band, the second disc contains full set live footage from Nashville, Tennessee. This band sounds amazing live and cease to lose stamina, which is very rare to find. Vocalist Ryan Clark has an unique growl and is able to keep it steady through the entire set. The music is very clean, no one misses a beat. The CD doesnt't exactly contain B-sides, but does contain the instrumental score. They were not as energetic as I hoped, but they play their music well.
Content — 9
The Documentary is very deep. The band talks about their spirituality and how they affect their fans. Fans are a big part of this documentary, and are asked how Demon Hunter has affected their lives. It is a very serious film, full of testimonies, and struggles they have on tour as well. If you like Demon Hunter and are a Christian, you will love this documentary. This disc does have bonus features such as tour pranks and silly footage.
Production Quality — 8
Simple but excellent Production. Its very raw and there are no special effects added or needed. There is absolutley no Tricks. No actors. No lies. Just truth. Just music. Just Demon Hunter and their fans. The music in the background sets a very dark mood, which fits the documentary well. The only thing I dislike is that the entire documentary is in black and white. I would enjoy more color.
Overall Impression — 10
I personally enjoy this bands music and their message so I loved this DVD set. I didn't expect the DVD to be so deep and so moving. Its a great DVD to watch if you are struggling with your faith as a musician or a Christian. Its a great buy. If someone stole it from me that person would be very lucky because I know it will affect his life deeply.